The JohnsTek Resource Center is a collection of articles and information papers that provide Use Case studies and testimonials of our Critical Infrastructure Protection and CyberSecurity offerings. This is a showcase of our expertise garnered by service in the Military and Law Enforcement Communities. JohnsTek integrates multiple systems to act as one strategic capability to get the job done effectively in Critical Infrastructure, National Security, Telecommunications, Operations Control and Crisis Management operations.
Hackers Are Lurking, We Must Protect Ourselves
Hacking has become so commonplace that only the most egregious incidents get reported these days. The undeniable truth of the times is that all government organizations, big and small, are targets of professional hackers looking to enrich themselves by stealing sensitive personal data or gain access to financial accounts stored in government databases. This opinion piece published in South Florida’s Sun Sentinel explores how one hacking incident cost one city
Intelligence Management and Analysis
National security threats have dramatically changed. A modern-day intelligence agency must be equipped with the latest information technology to meet the challenges of today’s threat environment. This piece describes how the right mixture of tools and data integration can mean the difference between identifying and thwarting a threat, and the tragedy of missing it.
The Game Has Changed
Cybersecurity has changed significantly over the past several years. Unfortunately the pattern continues: corporations often forgo the necessary safety mechanisms until a breach has occurred. For many enterprises this could mean the end of the business. The white paper, “The Game Has Changed”, examines how the cyber threat has evolved, and business could be headed for a fatal collision if they lag behind.
Police Communications Integration
Any officer who has attempted to communicate with a neighboring agency during an operation only to find that agency is on an incompatible radio network has felt the frustration of waiting for messages to be relayed back and forth by dispatchers over the phone to the other agency. This article discusses an alternative solution that no Law Enforcement agency should be without.